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Slides for GGR 314, Global Warming Chapter 2: Emission Scenarios Course taught by Danny Harvey Department of Geography University of Toronto. Figure 2.1 Primary to Secondary to End-Use Energy. Exhibit 2.3 OECD (left) and non-OECD (right) Primary Energy Sources in 2005.

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Figure 2 1 primary to secondary to end use energy

Slides for GGR 314,Global WarmingChapter 2: Emission ScenariosCourse taught byDanny HarveyDepartment of GeographyUniversity of Toronto


Figure 2 1 primary to secondary to end use energy

Figure 2.1 Primary to Secondary to End-Use Energy


Exhibit 2 3 oecd left and non oecd right primary energy sources in 2005

Exhibit 2.3 OECD (left) and non-OECD (right) Primary Energy Sources in 2005


Exhibit 2 4 uses of coal in 2005

Exhibit 2-4 Uses of Coal in 2005


Figure 2 5 uses of oil in 2005

Figure 2.5 Uses of Oil in 2005


Figure 2 6 uses of natural gas in 2005

Figure 2.6 Uses of Natural Gas in 2005


Figure 2 7 distribution of global electricity generated by source

Figure 2.7 Distribution of Global Electricity Generated by Source


Exhibit 2 8

Exhibit 2-8.


Exhibit 2 10 changing estimates of the amount of minable coal

Exhibit 2-10: Changing estimates of the amount of minable coal


Exhibit 2 11 iea forecast of oil supply and demand

Exhibit 2-11: IEA forecast of oil supply and demand


Exhibit 2 12

Exhibit 2-12


Exhibit 2 13 rates of discovery and consumption of oil

Exhibit 2-13: Rates of discovery and consumption of oil


Exhibit 2 14 oil supply as predicted by the uppsala hydrocarbon depletion group

Exhibit 2-14: Oil supply as predicted by the Uppsala Hydrocarbon Depletion Group


Exhibit 2 15 comparison of iea demand forecast and uhdg supply forecast

Exhibit 2-15: Comparison of IEA demand forecast and UHDG supply forecast


Exhibit 2 16 population gdp p scenarios

Exhibit 2-16. Population & GDP/P Scenarios


Exhibit 2 17a change energy intensity assumption first

Exhibit 2-17a Change energy intensity assumption first


Exhibit 2 17b change population and gdp p assumptions first

Exhibit 2-17b: Change population and GDP/P assumptions first


Exhibit 2 18 co 2 emissions

Exhibit 2.18 CO2 Emissions


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